TEXAS – The next time you’re traveling through Georgia’s Georgia Beltway, be sure to make your exit early.

The first stop is a small strip of highway along the western edge of the state, near the town of Piedmont.

It’s an average stretch of highway with a few bumps and turns that is often referred to as the Georgia highway system.

“You have to get your bearings,” said John Condon, the state highway program manager for the Georgia Department of Transportation.

The first two to three miles of the highway, known as the Beltway East, have some of the most steep hills, some with over 100 feet of elevation.

Georgia is the sixth-largest state in the United States, and the highway system is designed to help it keep pace with the rest of the country.

The Beltway is one of the largest transportation projects in the nation and includes highways that span hundreds of miles.

Georgia has seen some of its most dramatic highway developments in recent decades, but it’s also seen a rapid growth in congestion, particularly in the past few years.

There are now more than 2,200 lanes of highway, which covers nearly one-third of the entire state, according to Georgia Department and Transportation.

In many ways, Georgia is the highway capital of the world.

Georgia is home to the nation’s busiest interstate, Interstate 75, which connects Atlanta with the northern and southern parts of the United State.

It has about 4.6 million daily cars traveling over the Beltways highway system, which is about double what it was in 2006.

Traffic is also a problem on Georgia’s major highways.

The state has the highest concentration of vehicles on major highways in the country, with nearly 1.7 million vehicles on the Beltrows highways in 2015.

It is home the fifth-most miles of road in the U.S., with a total of 2,700,000 miles.

It also has one of Georgia’s most congested highways, Interstate 65, which runs north to south from the Georgia border to Atlanta.

It sits along the Mississippi River between Mobile and Tallahassee, with a speed limit of 65 mph and has the third-highest traffic in the state.

It has also seen some serious congestion, with the Beltrow stretching across the middle of the night for a period of time during the summer months, according in a 2016 report from the U:Roads.

Georgia’s highway system has created some headaches for its drivers.

Drivers have reported frequent delays and a drop in speeds due to traffic delays, as well as the need for drivers to get to and from their destinations by foot.

Some drivers say they prefer the highway because it is convenient.

Drivers also complain about traffic, the number of cars on the road and the amount of congestion.

Georgia DOT is trying to find a solution.

A project to replace a stretch of Interstate 65 in 2018 is the first major project in a series of highway replacement projects, called the Georgia Beltways Improvement Plan.

Georgia was one of five states to receive a $10 billion stimulus funding package in 2018.

The project is intended to boost road infrastructure across the state and improve mobility and ease congestion.

The project has been controversial, as it includes several other major highway projects that Georgia residents have voiced opposition to, including a proposed $8.4 billion bridge to connect the Alabama and Georgia rivers and a $2.4 million bridge that connects Atlanta to the Gulf Coast.

Some residents are concerned that the bridge could be a major bottleneck for traffic, especially in the spring and summer, when traffic is heaviest.

A new bridge has been proposed on Interstate 65 between Mobile, Ala., and the Alabama border, but critics have voiced concerns that the project could have major traffic impacts.

The Beltway project is the largest public transportation project in the world, but for some, the roadways are not always convenient.

Many people in the area have expressed frustration that the state’s transportation system is not designed for them.

Georgia Department of transportation spokeswoman Katie Johnson said the state has made several changes in the Beltawes highway system over the years.

“The state is working with the Department of Infrastructure to redesign and update the highway to make it more efficient and responsive to the needs of Georgia drivers and visitors,” Johnson said in a statement.

“We’ve also been working to create better routes and improve safety on the state highways, which includes reducing vehicle speeds and increasing pedestrian visibility, as a priority,” she said.

The state also has been working with a team to address the need to connect Atlanta with Tallahasa, Florida.

The two roads will connect the Atlanta metropolitan area with Tallachas Florida airport and the Gulf of Mexico, Johnson said.

It will also bring people to the Beltotravels.com website, where they can get more information about the BeltWay project and get help planning their trip.